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North Korea's attempted spy satellite launch ends in sea crash during its attempt to launch its inaugural space satellite. The Pyongyang government had previously disclosed its intentions to deploy a satellite by June 11th in order to monitor US military operations.
In response to the recent attacks, Putin says Ukraine tried to scare Russians with Moscow drone attack. He expressed concern that the attacks targeted civilians, but reassured the public that the country's air defenses effectively handled the threat.
General Kyrylo Budanov vows retaliation following recent attack on Kyiv with the chief of Ukraine's military intelligence issuing a strong warning in response to the barrage of Russian missile strikes on Kyiv. General Kyrylo Budanov stated that Monday's attacks, though intended to instill fear, did not deter the resilient residents of the capital who resiliently carried on with their daily lives.
In a recent incident, Kyiv has been hit by a massive drone attack by Russia. Vitaliy Klitschko, the mayor of Kyiv, reported that a man tragically lost his life when drone debris fell near a petrol station, while a woman sustained injuries.
In a recent development, Wagner begin handover of Bakhmut to Russian military as the leader of the Wagner group has made an announcement regarding the withdrawal of their forces from the Ukrainian city of Bakhmut.
White House considers potential Democratic bailout as essential for passing debt ceiling compromise. This informal projection stems from concerns among Biden administration officials regarding House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's capacity to rally a significant majority of Republicans to support a bipartisan agreement.
According to Moscow, Russia declares victory over Belgorod insurgents after unusual cross-border incursion as armed insurgents who infiltrated the Belgorod region from Ukraine with the intention of launching attacks were effectively countered.
On Sunday, Ukraine advances towards encircling Bakhmut as Russia claims capture of the city, with the objective of encircling the war-torn eastern city. This development came after Moscow congratulated the Wagner private army and Russian troops for purportedly capturing Bakhmut.
During the G7 summit in Hiroshima, Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky asserts Bakhmut is not occupied by Russia, despite claims made by a Moscow-backed mercenary group. Founder of the Wagner group, Yevgeny Prigozhin, had previously asserted their victory in Bakhmut.
Russia fires 30 cruise missiles at Ukraine; 29 intercepted, says Ukrainian authorities. The cruise missiles were fired at various locations in Ukraine early Thursday, testing the effectiveness of Ukrainian air defenses.
Ukraine denies Russia destroyed Patriot missile defense system, stating that the system remains intact and fully operational. Various sources have circulated reports suggesting that Russia successfully targeted and destroyed Ukraine's Patriot missile defense system.
Kyiv claims successful interception of Russian hypersonic missiles in one night, countering Russia's claims that the missiles were unstoppable. However, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu rejected the Ukrainian claim and stated that a Kinzhal missile had destroyed a U.S.-made Patriot surface-to-air missile defense system.
Cambodian opposition party, Candlelight Party, disqualified from July election, which has led to criticism toward the ruling party, led by long-time leader Hun Sen. The Candlelight Party is the main opposition party and the only credible challenger in the upcoming July election.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky maintains stance on conflict with Russia, stating that Ukraine will not initiate any attacks on Russian territory. This comes as tensions between the two nations continue to simmer, with Russia maintaining a significant military presence along the shared border.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky says Ukraine requires additional time for counter-offensive against Russian forces. This is due to the military's expectation of receiving aid that has been promised to them.
New York Congressman George Santos faces criminal charges filed by federal prosecutors during an announcement made on May 10. The charges, which were unsealed, consist of 13 counts including wire fraud, money laundering, theft of public funds, and making false statements to the House of Representatives.
President Joe Biden urges Republicans to take debt default off the table, warning that failure to do so could lead to a financial crisis. Biden made the comments in a speech delivered ahead of a looming deadline for Congress to raise the debt ceiling.
Wildfires in Alberta have forced 29,000 people to be evacuated as more than 100 wildfires are currently raging across the Alberta region of Canada. Officials have described the situation as unprecedented for the province, with 16 new fires having ignited in the past 24 hours alone.
The coronation of King Charles III and future of the British monarchy took place on May 6, 2023, when Prince Charles was formally crowned as King Charles III of the United Kingdom, succeeding his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away on September 8, 2022, at the age of 96.
Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) kill gunman in military operation in the West Bank. The operation was carried out in cooperation with British security agencies.
Arrest Of Texas Shooting Suspect After Four-day Manhunt Prompts Response From Governor Abbott And Lawmakers
Arrest of Texas shooting suspect after four-day manhunt prompts response from Governor Abbott and lawmakers. On Tuesday, officials reported the arrest of Francisco Oropesa, a man accused of using an AR-15 rifle to kill five of his neighbors in Texas, including a 9-year-old boy.
Oil tanker catches fire off Malaysia's coast as three crew members goes missing, prompting a rescue operation that has left three crew members missing. The incident occurred in the waters off the southern coast of Malaysia, near the city of Johor Bahru.
Conservative party of Paraguay wins presidential election, easing Taiwan concerns as Santiago Pena, the conservative Colorado Party's candidate, emerged as the winner in Paraguay's presidential election on Sunday with a 15-point lead over his center-left rival, Efrain Alegre.
There were several key highlights from the White House Correspondents’ dinner on Saturday, as President Joe Biden mixed humor with a serious call for the release of wrongly detained Americans abroad.